"The Killing: Stonewalled (#1.8)"
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"The Killing" Stonewalled (2011)

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Open with Linden and Holder facedown in the room at the deli. While Holder yells at the agents for detaining homicide Linden looks around and notices the room has been setup for a girl to live there. She spots a pink sweater. One of the agents tells them they may have compromised a terrorism investigation.

In the street outside Oakes rips them a new one for breaking into the room without a warrant. Linden thinks the room may be where Rosie was held but Oakes says the feds have taken over and they'll get a briefing from a joint terrorism taskforce the following morning.

Linden goes to Regi's. She calls one of the techs and asks them to send to Rosie's computer, which she sees that Jack has been using. She calls Rick and one of his female co-workers answers. She tells him he's tied-up and can't come to the phone. Regi pops her head out and make a crack about Rick figuring out "you don't really want to go." Linden starts to look at Rosie's crime scene pictures on the laptop.

Stan is struggling to keep the business going while taking care of the boys. He asks Mitch where she was the night before. She lies and says she was at the market.

With the news about Ahmed and the mosque continuing to hurt his poll numbers, Richmond tells Gwen and Jamie he wants to fight the All Star's having its funding cut and hit Adams on some of his old weaknesses. Jamie likes that Richmond is going to play dirty, but since Ahmed is being liked to terrorism they need more. He's going to have a P.I. look into Adams, but Richmond warns him he doesn't want to go for personal stuff.

Linden finds the fed raiding her office and all of her files. Oakes shows her the front page of the paper. Someone has leaked Rosie's crime scene photos and he's furious. Linden clearly suspects Holder was behind the leak and he's not allowed into the briefing.

Principal Meyers calls Ahmed and tell him to stay home for a few days.

The fed tells Linden and Oakes they've been investigating a suspect named "Mohammed H." who has made border crossings and may be connected to radical elements within the mosque. They've connected Mohammed to that room they were in, as well as to maps of border areas and falsified passports with multiple young females. Usually the girls are not Caucasian. They won't tell Linden anything about Mohammed.

Mitch is going to take the boys to school. She starts the car with the garage still closed and runs back inside to grab something. While there she hears a news report that shows pictures of Rosie's body. She sits down, seeming to forget the boys are in a closed garage with a running car. Terry comes home and opens the garage. The boys are fine and totally oblivious.

Jamie goes to see Drexler about getting some more money for the campaign. When Drexler figures out they don't really have anything on Adams he says he's got some dirty on the mayor that even he had been too principled to share.

Linden brushes Holder off in the office, not revealing anything about the meeting with the feds. Outside she runs into Mitch who is upset about the photos being leaked. Mitch doesn't think the department is doing anything.

Richmond is initially shot down by a judge (a buddy of Adams) in his challenge of the council yanking the All Star's funding. Gwen points out that early on Richmond didn't want to go negative. Jamie walks in with a file on Adam he's gotten from Drexler. Gwen immediately says they can't use it, Richmond says he's going to think about it.

Linden goes to the feds' staging area pretending to be someone official needing to look at the evidence. The guy doesn't buy it, but when she walks away she goes into one of the files and takes a picture of the pink sweater.

Ahmed tells Amber about being given time off from work. When she asks why he hasn't given the cops any information about Mohammed he snaps at her.

Mitch confirms for Linden that the sweater was Rosie's. She getting angry that Ahmed is walking free.

Oakes tells Linden that the case has basically been shutdown. The federal case takes priority and Mitch's ID of the shirt doesn't matter. She's convinced Rosie has nothing to do with the terrorism case but Oakes points out there is no proof of that. He criticizes her treatment of Holder and she tells him she has reservations about his abilities. Oakes thinks maybe she should finally head to California.

In the car an angry Linden calls Rick. Once again she gets voicemail. She sees Holder walk out of the station with his old narcotics buddy and decides to follow.

Terry tells Stan about Mitch leaving the boys in the garage with a running car.

Linden follows Holder to an out of the way building. Inside she sees that it is a narcotics anonymous meeting of some kind and Holder is getting recognition for six months of sobriety. He tells a sad story of rock bottom as Linden listens. Her phone rings and Holder looks over as she ducks upstairs.

The phone call for Linden is from a parent of one of Jack's classmates. Apparently Jack emailed the Rosie crime scene photos to a bunch of his friends.

Richmond listens to the parole hearing for the woman who killed his wife while drunk driving. The woman talks about forgiveness as he silently watches. Afterwards Richmond walks into a bathroom at the courthouse. He punches a mirror violently.

Back at the office there is more bad news concerning Richmond losing potential voters. Jamie hopes they will use the dirt on Adams but Gwen doesn't think Richmond will go for. Jamie hints at leaking it himself and Gwen threatens to ruin his career if he does. To Gwen's surprise Richmond calls and instructs them to leak the Adam dirt.

Linden confronts Jack about what he did. Her son is obviously angry at their situation and asks to be sent to live with his father, who Linden says left they years ago. "I'm all you've got," she tells him.

Mitch comes home to find Stan has taken down some of the things in Rosie's room. He says they need to look to the future and she points out its only been a week. He makes reference to what could have happened to the boys.

We see that the dirt on Adams was that he had paid for a woman's apartment. The speculation is that the former intern was his mistress. Richmond and his staff watch the woman accosted by press at her home.

Holder meet Linden at Regi's place. The seem to come to an understanding, with Linden saying she no longer has concern about him. He tells her he's put a tap on Ahmed's phone and says a judge friend of his will help make it stick legally if they find anything.

We see Mitch putting Rosie's things back where they were.

Richmond seems torn at the latest developments.

Amber overhears Ahmed speaking in a heated tone to someone. He tells the person "passports will be arriving tomorrow" and assures the person the police know nothing.

The episode ends with Holder getting a call that they've got something on the Ahmed wire.


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